Environmental Policy News in the EU
European Commission urges Spain to protect Doñana World Heritage site
Water management case could go to EU Court of Justice.
EU’s top court rules too many free pollution allowances given to industry
Energy-intensive industries have received too many pollution permits under the EU’s Emissions ...
WWF welcomes EU campaign to tackle crisis of Mediterranean fish stocks, calls for urgent and collective action
The EU Commission unveiled today its new campaign #MedFish4ever, with the European Commissioner ...
WWF invites supporters to celebrate cities on their journey toward sustainability
As part of the global We Love Cities contest, WWF invites social media users to show their support ...
EU ministers must push for action on climate risk to protect investors
EU ministers can take a step towards protecting billions in investments from becoming carbon ...
Walking on a safer wild side
Kentaro, a young male lynx travelled more than 100 kilometres in central Spain crossing several ...
Climate deal signing opens new era for action
Countries gathered at United Nations headquarters today to sign the Paris Agreement, the first ...
Bringing the lynx back home
Since 2002, the Iberian lynx is the most endangered cat in the world. There were less than 100 lynx ...
The dangerous life of a young lynx and her mother in Croatia
A few years ago, Croatian scientists followed for months the lives of two female lynx a mother and ...
Comment from WWF EPO Director on the Paris Agreement signing ceremony
“The Paris Agreement signing ceremony reminds us of the historic, universal and urgent commitments ...